“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time” — T.S. Elliot
I used to hate that phrase ‘we teach what we most need to learn’. But I’m starting to really get it.
More and more it’s happening that I get the sense that there is a gentle spirit in me, that is me, but a quiet, hidden part, that is teaching me and leading me to where I need to go.
One of the biggest lessons I learnt out in Goa, which was a full on life changer for me, was taught to me, unwittingly and unintentionally, by myself. Continue reading
One of the my greatest heroes is Brene Brown.
I’m writing to you today from London.
I’m not supposed to be here. This wasn’t the plan.
This time last week I was supposed to get on a plane to Canada. I’d had the farewell party, told my friends I wouldn’t be back until the end of the year. I was ready, set and raring to go.
And then everything changed.
So much so that I never caught that flight to Canada. Continue reading